Melchizedek Presents “Just Passing by” Featuring Liannete


A young singer, Melchizedek who is an independent artist, songwriter and producer has just released the single “Just Passing By” in collaboration with Liannete. The song is a fusion of these three styles including reggae, dancehall and gospel, with the elements of melodies that are uplifting and introspective and rhythms too.

Melchizedek makes one phrase reminded, which he heard from a professor during a seminar – “We are just passing by’. This has been with him in his mind for years now, but the memory of his late college teacher, who died in a motorcycle accident, triggered the producing of the song’s lyrics.

To indulge in this intense desire to record the feeling of such an event, Melchizedek got engaged in a creative journey, expressing his pains, prayers, and tears. It was the stream carrying the logs that played the key role. The result is a melancholic and sorrowful composition of music that reaches to the deathless dispute with eternity, that exists inside everyone.

Through “Just Passing By” the Melchizedek creates a basis for the audience to be included into this personal and meaningful musical voyage. Yet, it is a painting of the intricate texture of life and the never-ending pursuit of meaning and purpose. The artist, favourably put, has captured it correctly this way: ‘It has to be the message which I had to deliver and I think I did it in a right way.’

Listen here.

Written by
Barbie Edonia


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